Bridges are invaluable parts of infrastructure–without them, movement can be restricted across rivers and mountain ranges. That is why during the Yugoslavia war in 1999 people were standing on bridges, thinking they would be safe from being bombed. Inspired, anti-war protesters have been gathering at Lake Street-Marshall Avenue Bridge every Wednesday for over 20 years. Borders however, do not only relate to countries. They also speak to cities and jurisdictions. As the Mississippi river separates the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St Paul, Lake Street transforms into Marshall Avenue, and the bridge literally acts as a connector and a divider. When protesters from East Lake Street marched across the bridge toward St Paul, they were met by police and sent back over.